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344 MISCEJiliANEA CRITICA. 

scriptum fuisse, unde scribas aliud agentes xvTiirXoixt; effin- 
xisse. Contrario errore apud Themistium ex 6TIIAOIAC 
eu7rxieixg natum est. 

Apud Suidam in v. Tx Ex/tiuv dicitur o-x^ esse iTdo? 
irx6ouq Hxpttxxou , ubi viri docti infeliciter admodura <rxx<pou$ 
pro irxdoug coniecerunt. Unusquisque statim intelliget irhoiou 
Sxf&ixxou reponi debere et causam erroris perspiciet. 

Non tantum simile, sed plane idem vitium quod e The- 
mistio eluimus, commissum est in Floril. Stobaei CXX. 25. 
tov xrb Tifc soxs <Pt>.i<ro<pov ''AvTiirxTpov XToivfoxovTX xiyou<riv 
iv euTU%*ii&XToq (tipet iixxeTtrSxt xx) tMv ex YLihixixq xury ye- 
vopievyv eU 'Ai^vxi; euirXoixv , ubi pro euirXoixv Grotius euirx- 
6eixv enotavit. Apud eundem Stobaeum Floril. CV. 29. eu 
irxbouaiv pro euirXoousiv scriptum est manifesto errore. Cf. quae 
de ea re diximus in Var. Lectt. p. 2 et in Nov. Lectt. p. 334. 

In Stobaei 1. 1. vitiosum est hxxelndxi. Quid reponam non 
habeo, nam hyyelo-Oxi non placet. In vita Marii cap. 46 de 
eadem re scripsit, tov Txptrix hiyoutrtv ' 'AvTiirxTpov — (i^e 
tw eU 'Advivxs olxofav euirhoixs eirii.xUaQxt. 



Aeschyli fragmentum emendatum. 

Nauckius in Fragm. Trag. Graec. pag. 73 ex Crameri Anecd. 
Oxon. I. p. 119, 12 fragmentum Aeschyli exhibet sic scriptum: 

irxffx yxp Tpoix "ht&opxev "ExTopo? tux*i<S 5/#/. 
Nemo ex his umquam sanum sensum exsculpat. Nil iuvat 
Bernhardy pro ^&opxev coniiciens ii^ouirev. Puplex in vulgata 
scriptura vitium est, quod quum lenissima correctione sustuleris 
clara luce locus splendebit. In tu%w, ut passim alibi, latet 
tyu%n<;: A6A0PK6N vitio natum est ex A6AOIK6N. Poeta 
dederat : 

irxtrx yxp 

Tpoix $e2otxev "ExTopog \jju%!jg lix. 
quod more Aeschyleo magnifice dictum est pro "ExTopo? (pofiy 
OivTog irxax ij Tpolx eU (pifiov xxQisxtxi. 

C. G. COBET.